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    Dirty Blonde

    "Dirty Blonde" is an improbable love story built around an obsession. This obsession for both unlikely lovers is Mae West, "the movie star equivalent of Venice."

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    Play With Gay Christ Criticized

    BOCA RATON, Fla. Several state lawmakers threatened to cut state funding of Florida Atlantic University programs because its theater department is staging a play featuring a gay Christ character.

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    The Donkey Show

    A Midsummer Night's Disco

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    Naked Boys Singing

    Thirty years after "Oh Calcutta!," musical revues are still titillating us with nude performers

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    Gershwin's American Rhapsody

    "American Rhapsody," the peppy musical revue at The Triad Theatre, is ostensibly about George Gershwin, but turns out to be as much about its two performers, KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler.

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    Music Man, The

    Everybody dance! In the frisky "The Music Man" at the Neil Simon Theatre, even Thomas Lynch's scenery wears tap shoes.

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    The Tale of the Allergist's Wife

    If you were afraid that Charles Busch's uproarious play, "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" would lose something in the transfer to Broadway, rest assured that the Manhattan Theatre Club production has not only weathered the change, but seems to have grown.

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    Full Monty, The

    Don't go to "The Full Monty" expecting to see the full monty (male frontal nudity, in British lingo)! But do go for sheer entertainment and a light-hearted tribute to the unemployed working man.

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    Seussical the Musical

    Dr. Seuss' nonsensical, sensible stories have been turned into a mirthful but muddled musical by the writing team of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, aided in the conceptual process by Monty Python veteran Eric Idle.

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    Ann-Margret Takes on Musical Theater

    After some four decades in show business, the woman who in the 1960s and early '70s fueled the fantasies of a generation of hormonal young men has decided for the first time to tackle musical theater.